Christopher Snowdon writes for CapX
“As fear [of coronavirus] diminishes, particularly among those who are at least risk, so does consent. The increasing severity of the punishments is a sign that the authorities are losing their grip”
says Christopher Snowdon, IEA Head of Lifestyle Economics.
Writing for CapX, Chris argues “the plethora of new laws and penalties is a sign of weakness, not strength”
and “people went into lockdown more out of fear of the virus than fear of punishment”.
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